<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Kids Camp]]> <![CDATA[Day General Camps]]> Bright Horizons at Louisville offers two summer camp programs to meet the needs of children of all ages. Our Summer Adventures program for preschoolers is designed specifically for children ages 3-5 with fun learning themes such as The Great Outdoors, Around the World and Fun &.]]> <![CDATA[Special Needs: Equal opportunity sporting]]> Schmid explains that many public physical education programs are without the budget to provide the equipment and staff needed for disabled kids to participate in many activities and, because of the lack of resources, many of these kids are left sitting on the sidelines. He also notes that the cost of a low-end handcycle starts at $2,000.]]> <![CDATA[Kids Camp Directory]]> Come join us for 10 weeks of Dawson's exciting new summer camps and Programs for kids ages 5-18. From June 7 through Aug. 20, we will offer 40 various camps in academics, arts, music and drama, language and culture, sports, and various specialty day camps, running from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.]]> <![CDATA[Faith-Based: A familial focus on faith]]> As summertime approaches, Maria Shupe and her staff at Highlands Presbyterian Camps and Retreat Center begin their preparations for the throngs of children set to arrive at their picturesque property in Allenspark.]]> <![CDATA[General: A new sense of self]]> Let’s face it — being a kid can be tough. Bullies like to pick on the shy kids, the geeky kids, those who carry around a few more pounds than the others. All that can take its toll on a child’s self-esteem and confidence. But that doesn’t have to be the case at camp.]]> <![CDATA[Nurturing nature]]> Thorne Natural Science School, for kids ranging from toddlers to teens, is celebrating its 53rd anniversary this year. The camp began in Boulder in 1957 and expanded to its Waterton Canyon location in Littleton in 1995. TNSS teaches kids to respect nature, while encouraging them to learn about different ecosystems and discover the great outdoors.]]> <![CDATA[Day Educational Camps]]> We make technology education fun for kids. Explore LEGO robotics, advanced robotic challenges, movie making and video game creation in small classes with highly educated instructors. Our classes engage kids in age-appropriate, project-based activities that are fun, creative and imaginative.]]> <![CDATA[Overnight Performing Arts Camps]]> <![CDATA[Special Needs]]> Camps for kids with special needs.]]> <![CDATA[Day Performing Arts Camps]]> Arvada Center summer camps offer fun and creative experiences in theater, visual arts, dance, ceramics, music, creative writing. storytelling and photography for kids ages 5-18 and ArtStart camps for ages 1 -4. All sessions are taught by highly trained, knowledgeable teachers in a safe and fun environment.]]> <![CDATA[Educational: Life after high school]]> Whether it’s about living on a college campus or backpacking along the rim of the Grand Canyon, teen-focused camps aim to aid in preparation for life after high school — both in terms of academic preparation and a sense of independence that will be key as those young adults leave home.]]> <![CDATA[Arts & Crafts: Building blocks for self-expression]]> For kids, art is more than just fingerpainting and doodling. It’s their best chance to learn about and express their own emotions, according to some child psychologists.]]> <![CDATA[Overnight General Camps]]> <![CDATA[I’m with the band]]> What if you could send your child to a music camp and have them come back with a more helpful attitude?]]> <![CDATA[Faith-Based Camps]]> Colorado summer camps that focus on religion. ]]> <![CDATA[Educational Camps]]> Rockets with an explosion of science! Spend the morning conducting some wacky science projects, along with making new friends during team-building activities.]]> <![CDATA[Beyond knowledge]]> Whether it’s learning pawn structure in a game of chess, executing an arm bar against an opponent on the mat or learning how to hunt for fossils with scientific tools, hands-on education camps provide kids with experiences as active participants in niche fields.]]> <![CDATA[Outdoor camps]]> (For fourth to sixth graders.) Campers will progress from basic to advanced skills in rock climbing, whitewater paddleboarding, mountain biking and outdoor stewardship.]]> <![CDATA[Overnight Special Needs Camps]]> <![CDATA[A sense of self obtained through experiences]]> Of course a kids camp should be fun, but the special needs programs provided by Adam’s Camp, Colorado Lions Camp and Colorado Center for the Blind go one step further by expanding campers’ perceptions of what is possible.]]>